Understanding PageRank doesn't get you very far if you are not indexed in the first place.
5.1. Search Engines
If your page (or site) has inbound links from sites in a search index, then Google (or any other broad search engine) will most likely find you pretty quickly. However, it's peculiar but true: different search engines index different portions of the Web. Also, at any given time, it is
To avoid being left out, it makes sense to manually add your URLs to search engines. (In early times there might be more of a delay before your sites were found, and it really made sense to make sure you were listed!)
To manually add your URL to Google, go to http://www.google.com/addurl/. You can get listed at Yahoo! at http://submit.search.yahoo.com/free/request.
Tip: Be careful to create pages that are friendly to webbotswhich
Getting listed is, of course, only the beginning of the battle. One of the key goals of
Taxonomies are categorized directories of information. A directory
It's a not-so-well-kept secret that one of the best approaches for getting good placements in the search engine listings is to enter through a back door, by working with the two most important structured directories: the Open Directory Project (ODP) and the Yahoo! Directory.
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